Knit Snood in moss stitch


I don’t know about you knitters, but the cold makes me want to knit. I have lots of ideas in my head and I would need two good pairs of hands to do everything. But right now, I only have two hands, one job and non-extensible days. I find time as I can and still manage to knit. I wanted to do different projects, I finally realize that I continue with things I know and I have done only snoods for the moment. But what I like about snoods beyond the practical side is that it is quick to do (when you do only one tour) unlike scarves where it must be 1m20 long at leat. That said, I often do different things: I try new patterns, new techniques, new combinations. And then learning to use a little more the art of handling needles, I can also make you enjoy my creations via the models I provide you. In short, it’s all a very long blabla to tell you that I made a new snood! I inspired myself with a knitter I follow on Instagram @nadiasamsonova. This time, no twists, no combinations of points but a very simple snood that I love.


Ce petit snood est fait uniquement de point riz, avec une laine toute douce dans la couleur comme dans la texture. Comme c’est un modèle plus que simple, le modèle avec explication et diagramme est déjà prêt. Ceci dit, il n’est pas vraiment utile mais pour celles que ça intéresse, vous pouvez le télécharger et le garder dans un coin.

Model of the snood in moss stitch to download here (French)


About the  yarn, I used a little more than 2 balls of GIVRE of Phildar. In preparing this article, I realized that this wool was unfortunately no longer marketed. For my part, I bought my yarn balls in early 2013 during the sales.



Some details about this model of snood knitted in moss stitch:

A little more than 2 balls of yarn GIVRE, CREME color (50g – 93m/ball)
Needles size 4
Yarn needle

Stitch Moss stitch

Level of difficulty and time required Super easy to do It is a bit long because yarn is relatively thin but this model can be achieved with a bigger yarn and it will be faster

Again, this model is free so do not hesitate! Also, if you noticed a mistake on the model, do not hesitate to let me know!


Kim, tricoteuse passionnée

Kim, tricoteuse passionnée

Merci d'avoir pris le temps de me lire.
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